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Friday, August 31, 2012

PaganSquare Blog! And Feline Friday

As some of you know, I have an ongoing column in the Witches & Pagans Magazine (next issue coming out soon, so if you don't have a subscription, run out and get one).

The magazine now has a new online blog site, called PaganSquare -- and my first blog post is up. I'm going to be blogging on the reoccurring theme of "Walking Your Talk." Go take a peek and come back here to tell me what you think. Is there anything in particular you'd like me to cover in future posts there, on ways to integrate your spiritual path with your (hectic and busy) everyday life? Inquiring minds want to know!

[You should also be able to find a link to subscribe to the magazine there, should you be interested.]

Coming soon...I have a surprise cover reveal for you. Do you want it tomorrow, or should I wait until Tuesday when the holiday weekend is over here in the US?

Here's your Friday Feline pics to get you through... And happy Blue Moon! Did you realize that there won't be another one until July of 2015?!

Angus being cute, as usual.
Magic the Cat. She's got an eye on you, so don't try to pull a fast one. (And no, technically she's NOT supposed to be on the table. And your point?)

Have a great Friday! And don't forget to tell me what you think of the blog post. I'm a little nervous people won't like it...


  1. That's a lovely post you wrote over there, Deborah! It's hard to incorporate the spiritual into your everyday life, no matter what your belief system is. I try to remember to say "thank you" especially for those small moments of grace that happen - a hug from my kids, the first glimpse of the moon or stars, that peaceful stillness of the early morning, a juicy peach. I don't always remember, but I feel much better when I do.

    1. Thanks Karen! I try to do those things too. It is the little stuff that really gets me through...

  2. I liked your blog post at PaganSquare. It was simple and to the point. It was interesting to read. I look forward to future posts.

    That cats are, of course, fantastic.

  3. Thanks!

    And they are, aren't they? :-)

  4. It's excellently written.


  5. Are you sure that table doesn't belong to Magic? Ahh Angus is pretending to be shy.

    1. EVERYTHING belongs to Magic--just ask her :-)

      And Angus actually is shy. Very timid, especially with people he doesn't know, and easily startled. But also very affectionate, so if you play your cards right, and move very slowly, he may come over and sit on your lap and purr like the little maniac he is.

  6. Looks like Angus is just chillen on the table.